Enstrom to host semi-annual maintenance courses in April, May
Enstrom Helicopter Corporation is gearing up to host our first of two semi-annual maintenance courses for 2023. We’ve designed these courses to help improve your skills in inspecting and maintaining your helicopter.
Even the best aircraft won’t stay airworthy forever, especially without routine maintenance. Safety is and will always be our top priority here at Enstrom. Part of that commitment to safety is helping you discover any potential problems with your aircraft on the ground, not in the air when it’s too late.
That’s why it’s essential to learn best practices for keeping your Enstrom’s turbine or pistons engine running smoothly. Typically, maintenance training curriculum will include lessons on how to track the main rotor, how to balance the tail rotor, how to overhaul the system, and how to troubleshoot all the system components.
The piston class is set to begin April 24 at the Enstrom factory in Menominee, MI, and the turbine class will begin at the same location on Monday, the week after. We have a limited number of seats available each session, so your time to sign up might be running out. If you miss out on this set of classes, don’t worry. We have another set of classes scheduled to begin September 25.
To fill out an application or to learn more about the program, click here.
All maintenance courses are I.A. renewal accredited. Accepted applicants will be responsible for securing all lodging, transportation to Menominee, and meals.
About Enstrom HelicopterFrom Rudy Enstrom’s early designs in 1943 to initial testing in a Michigan Quarry in 1957 to aircraft operating on six continents, Enstrom Helicopter Corporation has maintained a reputation for safety, value and performance. Based in Menominee, Michigan and proudly made in the United States, Enstrom has a rich history for design innovation. The goal is to provide helicopters to the customer’s exact specification and deliver support and maintenance worldwide.